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A MEMORABLE FOOTBALL MATCH.

,. THE COMBINATION.

DENBIGHSHIRE AND FLINTSHIRE…

DENBIGHSHIRE AND DISTRICT…

WALES v. SCOTLAND.

——. JUDGE WADDY AND MONEY-LENDERS.

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v. R. I 5TH VOLUNTEER BATTALION THE SOUTH WALES BORDERERS. REGIMENTAL ORDERS By LIEUTENANT-COLONEL E. PRYCE-JONEs, M.P., Commanding. Headquarters, Newtown, 13th January, 1900. STRUCK OFF.—The undermentioned are struck off the strength of the Battalion B Co, 682 Pte W Jones and 683 Pte T Williams; 0" Co, 131 Pte Edwards, 113 Pte Evans, and 150 Pte Hughes E Co, 550 Pte J Jones, 495 Pte Roberts, and 552 Pte Trow. ENROLMENTS.—The undermentioned having been enrolled at the stations "named are taken on the strength of the Battalion, posted to Companies, and allotted Regimental numbers as stated against their names:—"A" Co (Newtown), 690 Charles P Challiner and 691 Iorwerth Davies; "0" Co (Welshpool), 695 "George Purcell, 696 Alfred E Baines, 697 Richard H Parry, 698 Edward G Row- lands, and 699 John Henry Beadles. SOUTH AFRICA INSURANCE. — The Commanding Officer guarantees to insure for £ 100 the life of every married man of the Battalion going out, and of every single man whose relatives are dependent upon him at home, during the continuance of the war, conditionally that the same be secured in trust or to purchase an annuity for those entitled to it in case of death. FIELD PRACTICE ASSOCIATION.—The following are prize winners in Match A" (seven volleys and seven rapid independent) :-Best Section in each Company: No 1 Section, A Co, Sergt Breese, 68 points; No 2 Section, B Co, C-Sergt J M Jones, 62; No 2 Section, "C" Co, Sergt Gwynne, 60 No 4 'Section, E Co, C-Sergt Astley, 62 and No 3 Section, F Co, Sergt Hughes, 32 points. Best Company, "A" or Capt W E Pryce-Jones's Company, 260 points. No 1 Section, Sergt Breese No 7 Section, Sergt Locke; No 3 Section, C-Sergt Whalley; and No 2 Section, Sergt Breese. The Battalion wins the Brigade prize with 845 points. DIVINE SERYICE. A" and "B" Cos will parade for Divine service to-morrow at the Armoury (weather permitting) at 10 30 a.m. Band and buglers to attend. SOUTH AFRICA.—The rifle ranges will be open from 1 p.m. to-morrow for those men who are desirous of proceeding to South Africa and are not first-class shots. As the Section must be made up at once this opportunity should not be lost. CERTIFICATE.—At an examination held in Novem- ber last, Major and Hon Lieut-Col G A Hutching, V.D., was awarded a certificate for Military Engineering," dated Devonport, 10th January, 1900. By Order, C WALKER, Captain, Adjutant 5th V.B. South Wales Borderers.

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